Burbank Ca.

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fishing' started by the Goodlife, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. the Goodlife

    the Goodlife SMILE!!!!! YOUR NOT DEAD!

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    Going to Be In Burbank In The Morning Till About 3pm With My 8 Year Old Son, And Was Wondering What's A Kid Friendly Spot I Can Take Him To? Salt Or Fresh Is Fine I have Gear For Both... Not Taking The Boat So Shoreline/Beach/ Pier... Ya Know.. Anything Will Help :2gunsfiring_v1:

    Thanks!:hali_olutta:
     
  2. reel man

    reel man Common sense

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    There's really no fishing close to Burbank, but you could head out Glenoaks to right on Osborne, and let him fish the lake from the shore.
     
  3. geoff taylor

    geoff taylor '68 tet vet

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    City Hall Fountain...Gees Jerry...the guy wants to fish in "Burbank"...
     
  4. reel man

    reel man Common sense

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    Geesh, I completely forgot about that spot.

    Another spot comes to mind, and that is right below Warner Bros. studios, in the L A river. They have those glow in the dark mud suckers, and pit bull water dogs.
     
  5. wils

    wils lazy-ass well known "member"

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    hansen dam?
    maybe head out to canoga park to fish one of the headwater tributaries of the LA River.
    there is always reseda park. i think that seeps/feeds into the LA River, too. Maybe call the reseda blvd overpass a "pier" and you're good-to-go.
     
  6. saltwaterfish

    saltwaterfish Well-Known "Member"

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    might even be able to pull up a dead body or two (assuming it rains a little before you go)
     
  7. saltwaterfish

    saltwaterfish Well-Known "Member"

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    really you got nothing over there

    drive an hr to the beach or 40 minutes to santa ana lake and let you kid fish the kids pond
     
  8. JRD

    JRD Member

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    You could try Balboa Lake in Encino / Reseda area, carp and some strange planted fresh water fish there. If you know anybody in Toluca Lake area there are bass and blue gill there. Fresh water will be tough but Malibu has some great surf fishing. If you need a sure bet, take him to Toutdale in the SM mountains, pay as you catch fishing.
     
  9. Raginkjn

    Raginkjn Member

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    You could also head North on the 5 for 30 minutes and hit up Castaic and fish the lower lake.
     

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